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Welcome to the New NationalJournal.com

photo of Tim Grieve
October 1, 2013

Welcome to the new NationalJournal.com.

For more than four decades, National Journal has been a trusted voice on politics and policy—the place to go for intelligent, in-depth reporting and analysis on the biggest issues facing the nation.

That's not changing.

 

But times have changed. The world moves faster, and so do you.

So over the last several months, we've made some big changes at National Journal. We've hired some of the best reporters working in digital journalism today, and we've worked hard to create a publication that's more current, more vibrant, and more useful—pairing the in-depth analysis you've come to expect with high-velocity reporting to keep you in the know, every minute of the day.

It's working. There's a new energy in our newsroom and a new energy on our site. And readership is growing dramatically: NationalJournal.com attracted more monthly unique visitors in September than in any month in at least five years—and maybe ever.

Now we're taking the next step.

Today, we're rolling out a new NationalJournal.com, a site that's designed to work the way you work.

The site is fully responsive, meaning it will display beautifully wherever you are and on whatever device you're using—in your office on a big desktop monitor, on the Hill on your iPhone or Android, or back home on the couch with your iPad.

At the top of our new homepage, you'll find the best of our latest content displayed all in one place so that you can scan it quickly and find the stories that matter to you most. Down below you'll find more of our stories in chronological order, links to special features, and a "Most Read" list so you'll know what everyone else is reading.

You'll find familiar, essential features like National Journal magazine and National Journal Daily. And you'll find new ones as well. With the new site, we're doubling down on policy coverage with a special section devoted to the big stories and minute-to-minutes news on energy—and you can sign up now for Energy Edge, a free newsletter that will put the latest energy news in your inbox early each morning.

In the weeks ahead, we'll build more policy-specific sections, announce more critical hires, and introduce new products that serve our readers, our subscribers, and our members better than ever before.

While today's redesign is the culmination of a lot of hard work, it's also just a beginning. With a new approach to our journalism—from the way we conceive of and write our stories, to the way we display them in print and online—we're positioning National Journal to provide the smartest, most compelling coverage of Washington available anywhere.

You deserve nothing less.

Thanks for your time, and thanks for reading National Journal.

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